From the construction of a podium to the installation and adjustment of lighting to highlight the models and the pieces worn, from a packshot to the staging of a portrait shoot, from fashion or culinary photography, from the shooting of a video clip to the broadcasting of a live event, our qualitative approach has been guaranteeing the best experience to our clients for several years.
Sometimes at the last minute, these public or hidden brand events know us and we have always delivered a rendering that matches the brand.
Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Lacoste, Calvin Klein, Zara Home... have trusted us, and why not you?
Lighting is the key to a successful event, especially when it comes to a fashion show or a photo shoot. Without lights, we are lost. From party lighting to professional event lighting. Atawa knows how to light up many different atmospheres and will accompany you on this subject in complete confidentiality during the intervention.
Carpentry, locksmithing, dressing or even plant and floral scenography, tapestries and lighting, decoration during an event is essential, especially when it is a photo shoot, a fashion show or a film shoot. Our teams know how to adapt to the most eccentric requests and to the location and its constraints (even at the last minute).
Some elements of the decoration such as lighting will set the tone by enhancing a decor, by emphasizing the identity of a brand, but also the power supply needed for a catering area or the installation of a heater consume electricity. It is essential to anticipate electricity needs in order to avoid a breakdown or power cut. Our teams know how to help you with this very important point, which is sometimes far removed from your primary concerns.
Atawa is able to advise you on how to apply for authorisation. Indeed, when an event takes place, especially when it is a fashion show or a branded event, it must be declared to the prefecture or the town hall. Moreover, during the setting up and/or dismantling, it is essential to reserve places in the street, in the event jargon, we call this ventousage! ☺